California's death penalty is not 'cruel and unusual punishment' nor is it unconstitutional, ruled a federal appeals court Thursday.
A newly published video shows three Virginia police officers discharged their stun guns 20 times at Linwood Lambert Jr. during about 30 minutes.
A Utah judge ruled for the removal of a foster baby from its lesbian parents because of the couple's sexual orientation. The couple's supporters, ranging from the baby's biological mother to Hillary Clinton, are calling the judge's ruling unjust.
The American Civil Liberties Union is defending the KKK's right join Georgia's Adopt-A-Highway program. The case now goes to the Georgia Supreme Court.
One attorney in the case says there is a "serious lack of evidence" to indict 106 people in the deadly shooting between biker gangs outside a Waco, Texas, Twin Peaks restaurant in Ma.
Despite high profile cases, such as Frazier Glenn Miller Jr.'s 2014 shooting of Jewish sites in Kansas, white supremacist groups have dwindling influence in the US.
The two deputy marshals have had a string of charges filed against them in the central Louisiana justice system.
Obama's immigration initiative could protect some 5 million people from deportation. But a court ruled against the plan, with critics saying Obama overstepped his executive authority.
Three police officers were suspended after videos showed Tuscaloosa, Ala. police using a stun gun and baton on University of Alabama students Sunday.
'Disturbing' body camera footage shows the incident 'was not a threatening situation' for the officers, attorney says.
The arrests in Michigan follow similar foiled high school shootings around the country, illustrating the benefits school resource officers can have.
Racial profiling miscount? A news investigation found that Texas state troopers have been misidentifying minority drivers as 'white,' with Hispanics being the most common group.